The Karnataka government has launched an online platform– ‘GetCETGo’ to provide free coaching to those candidates appearing for KCET, NEET exam this year. The move is aimed to help students as they are facing issues due to nationwide lockdown for COVID-19.
Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, Deputy CM Dr C N Ashwath Narayan and medical education minister Dr K Sudhakar launched the website on Monday.
s per a IANS report, students who have registered for CET 2020 will get comprehensive study material in the form of Synopsis, Practice Questions, Chapter-wise Tests, Mock Tests and Revision Videos for free.
Although app, has been launched, it will be ready to use after Wednesday. The app would also provide students with synopses, classwork questions, homework practice questions, and mock tests. Students can access the content of the app offline as well.
Besides, the government also has a youtube channel by the same name, ‘GetCETGo’ where students will have to subscribe to the channel to receive notifications.
Along with comprehensive CET Content, Revisions Videos, Detailed Synopsis, and Mock Tests are also available to help children preparing for NEET 2020 on the official youtube channel. Moreover, the playlist is available for both CET and NEET separately on the channel.